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Cardiff Met's Callum Mackenzie Hopes Tokyo Cloud Has A Golden Lining

Cardiff Met’s Scottish hockey international Callum Mackenzie believes postponing the Olympic Games by 12 months has improved his chances of going to Tokyo. The student - who represents Cardiff and Met Hockey Club as well as Scotland and GB U21s - admits having no hockey to play for the time being has come as a bit of a shock. But with the Olympics being shelved until next summer due to the coronavirus pandemic, Mackenzie feels he has another year see if he can break into the Great Britain squad and achieve the dream of representing his nation at the Games.

Wayne Pivac And WRU Staff Take 25% Pay Cuts

Wales head coach Wayne Pivac and Welsh Rugby Union chief executive Martyn Phillips are to take 25 per cent salary reductions amid the coronavirus shutdown. The WRU said it had announced “further measures to reduce costs during the current period of inactivity in the game in Wales”. It added: “With no stadium events currently and pressure on other income streams, and following in-depth reviews of potential ‘return to rugby’ dates, a comprehensive plan for cost savings has been implemented.

David Brooks Plans To Make The Most Of Euros Going Into Extra Time

David Brooks has set his sights on making a major impact for Wales at next year’s delayed Euro 2020 finals. The Wales forward might have struggled to make this summer’s tournament, originally scheduled for June, due to a serious ankle injury which has meant he has not played a game this season. But the re-scheduling of the finals means Bournemouth star Brooks, as well as injured Wales teammate Joe Allen, have 12 months to get back to their best.

Aled Davies Digs Deep - In His Garden - As Para Date Is Re-Planted

Aled Davies has revealed he is preparing for the re-arranged Paralympic Games in his back garden. On the day the new dates of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics were announced, multiple gold medallist Davies was already focussing on the re-set target. Because of the coronavirus crisis, this year's Olympics - due to take place from  July 24, 2020 to August 9 this year - and the Paralympics, scheduled between 25 August 25 and September 6, have been postponed.

Clyne Crowned Wales Golf Club Of The Year

Clyne Golf Club have received the Wales Golf Club of the Year Award in their 100th year and as a culmination of fifteen years of development. It was fifth time lucky for the Gower club after a steady climb through what has been a tough time for all golf clubs, who became one of the first clubs in Wales to receive the R&A Women in Golf Charter – and the award comes as a bit of good news in uncertain times.

Matthew Watkins Funeral Plea . . . Tune In, Show Your Support, Post A Message

Alix Popham has sent out an emotional plea to Welsh rugby fans to tune in to the funeral of his former Newport, Dragons and Wales team mate Matthew J Watkins today. Watkins lost his brave battle to a rare form of pelvic cancer on March 7 at the age of 41. He won 18 Welsh caps and played for Newport, the Dragons, the Scarlets and Gloucester. Due to restrictions on public gatherings during the current lockdown, only close members of his family will be able to attend what would otherwise have been a massive funeral at Thornhill Crematorium in Cardiff.

Commonwealth Games Facing Disruption From Olympic Knock-On Effect

The 2022 Commonwealth Games – and the Wales team preparing for the Birmingham event - could face major disruption as a result of the decision to re-schedule the Tokyo Olympics for 2021. The Olympics will now take place between July 23 and August 8 in 2021 - a move that could have serious implications for the Commonwealth Games the following year. The push back from 2020 means next year’s World Athletics Championships could now have to be re-scheduled in 2022, causing a potential clash with the next Commonwealth Games.

Beyond Limits . . . A Tale Of The Possible For Those Feeling Boxed In

Missing your Parkrun? Looking for inspiration? Or, just looking for a distraction in these worrying times? Owen Morgan reckons a newly launched book could be exactly what you're looking for. "Beyond Limits" couldn't be a more appropriate title for the story of a remarkable ultra runner, explorer, mum and multi-award-winning television presenter. After being told that she would never be able to run again following a freak rugby injury, Lowri Morgan has defied all the boundaries set before her.

Wales Captain Eleanor Gaastra Puts Lacrosse On Hold As Intensive Care Ramped Up

Wales lacrosse captain Dr Eleanor Gaastra has put her sporting ambitions to one side as the coronavirus pandemic forces the focus on to her day job in intensive care. The 31-year-old is a specialist anaesthetist at Salisbury District Hospital and admits her thoughts currently barely extend beyond keeping her patients – and herself – healthy. Gaastra told the Sunday Telegraph: “Everybody in the country’s life has changed. The focus is obviously on coronavirus – and so it should be.

Swansea City Want Future Wales Matches To Replace Austria Setback

Swansea City believe “huge interest” in Wales’ cancelled game with Austria will encourage Ryan Giggs and his players to visit the Liberty Stadium in the future. Wales’ friendly with fellow Euro 2020 finalists Austria, which was due to be played in Swansea last Friday night, was cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic. The game would have marked the return of the national team to Wales’ ‘second city’ for the first time in seven years, with Croatia the last international visitors there in March 2013.

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Iceman Gerwyn Claims Meltdown Was Prompted By Peter Wright's Wrongful Banter

Gerwyn Price has accused rival Peter Wright of mind games which the Welshman claims cost him his chance of becoming world champion. The Iceman has blamed Wright for the collapse in Price’s form that saw him lose 6-3 in Monday night’s PDC World Darts Championship semi-final. Price turned in a... Read More

Iceman Gerwyn Price Predicts Cool Spell Ahead As He Moves Towards MVG Showdown

Gerwyn Price insists he will stay cool as The Iceman heads towards a PDC World Darts Championship final showdown against Michael van Gerwen. Welshman Price and world champion van Gerwen remain on course for an eagerly anticipated final after booking their places in the last four on Sunday night. In... Read More

Gerwyn Price Will Have To Wait To Start Long March To New Year's Day World Title Shot

The 2019/20 William Hill World Darts Championship begins today (Fri) at London’s Alexandra Palace, as Gerwyn Price attempts to topple champion Michael van Gerwen. Dutchman van Gerwen begins his title defence against Jelle Klaasen or Kevin Burness on the opening night, with Wales’ Price - second favourite for the tournament... Read More

Gerwyn Price Admits He Was Beaten By The Better Man . . . But The Story Continues

Gerwyn Price will be gunning for revenge when tries to topple Michael van Gerwen at the PDC World Championships next month after conceding the Dutchman was too good for him in their latest meeting. Wales’ world No.2 Price lost 11-9 as Van Gerwen clinched his fifth Players Championship Finals title... Read More

Legend Leighton To Be Honoured With Some Tasty Tungsten

Wales’ leading darts players are to compete in the first Leighton Rees Cup to celebrate the sport and the influence of the country’s first world champion. The Petwise Leighton Rees Cup will see Wales' top players – including the country’s world number five Gerwyn Price - do battle in Merthyr... Read More

Gerwyn Price Stays Ice Cool For First Successful Title Defence

Gerwyn Price retained the International Darts Open in Riesa, Germany, with a gutsy response to beat Rob Cross, 8-6, in the final. Having collected his first European Tour title at the Sachsenarena 12 months ago defeating Simon Whitlock, the Welshman known as ‘The Iceman’ repeated his exploits on Sunday evening,... Read More
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